18TH CENTURY LIVING HISTORY, HISTORICAL TREKKING, AND LONG TERM SURVIVAL.
This is amazing and informative blog.Thanks for posting.Camp Stoves
Keith, many years ago when I first started running hounds, several of the fellows I hunted with carried horns of one kind or another to call in the hounds. I have seen them made from cow, buffalo, and goat horns. Some of the nicest and best sounding horns I have seen were goat horns. One fellow carried a conch shell. It was LOUD! Didn’t have a nice tone to it, but you sure could hear it.
been reading about similar stuff lately, israely shofar or norse bukkehorns might be points of interest.
Thank you Bob and Stephen, very interesting.Keith.
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